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DIY assembly kit for dynamic checkweighing

17 September 2017

Minebea Intec is now offering an intelligent assembly kit for the integration of checkweighing solutions into machines and installations. 

The OEM weighing kit contains a weighing table consisting of conveyer belt, SG load cell and motor; a feed and discharge belt for conveying products, and the complete operating and display unit including software. 

The OEM weighing kit guarantees precise weighing results and high processing speeds. Under optimum conditions, the checkweigher is able to achieve a standard deviation of =0.1 g which can be ensured by the SG load cell. 

Its sturdy construction enables the checkweigher to achieve a throughput of up to 120 items per minute. The operating and display unit contains applications for individual checkweighing and integrity checks, as well as trend control. This means that packaged products be checked, and filling quantities optimised. The OEM/integrator can choose from four different belt widths, four load ranges and two running directions, to create the ideal solution. 


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